Quick-RNA 96 Kit
R1052 / R1053
- Broad Range: Extract total RNA (including small/micro RNAs) from any sample.
- DNA-Free: Genomic DNA removal column and DNase I included.
- NGS-Ready: RNA is ready for all downstream applications including Next-Gen Sequencing, RT-qPCR, hybridization, etc.
|Equipment||Centrifuge/rotor compatible with 96-well plates|
|Purity||RNA is ready for Next-Gen sequencing, RTPCR, microarray, hybridization, etc. A260/A280, A260/A230: >1.8.|
|Sample Source||Cells or tissue samples, yeast, plant or bacteria. Compatible with DNA/RNA Shield and RNAlater.|
|Size Range||Total RNA ≥ 17 nt|
|Yield||10 µg RNA (binding capacity)
≥ 25 µl (elution volume)
Q1: What is the difference between the Quick-RNA Miniprep and the Quick-RNA Miniprep Plus?
Q2: How to store DNase-I following resuspension?
Q3: Is the DNase-I treatment necessary?
Q4: Is DNase I available for individual purchase?
Q5: I ran out of RNA Wash Buffer. Can I use something else?
Q6: Will the kit isolate small RNAs?
Q7: Can samples be stored in RNA Lysis Buffer prior to processing?
Q8: What is the difference between the Direct-zol RNA and Quick-RNA kits?
Q9: Is it possible to extract proteins with the Quick-RNA kit?
"RNA isolation from tissue culture cells used to be my most hated protocol - labor intensive, tedious, and the horrible smell of the BME used in the protocol. This kit is much faster and easier and no horrible smells! Both the RNA yield and the real time results are just as good as our previous kit."
- Lisa G. (University of Virginia)
“Amazing results, the only RNA extraction kit I ever buy now. In my opinion, there is no product on the market that is as good a value and as effective as this kit for plant tissue RNA extractions.”
- Erin B. (Occidental College)
"Good price and easy to use, plus good quality. It is compatible to QIAGEN products RNeasy kit, but with reasonable price and equal quality. Especially the DNase is inexpensive and is included in the kit. No matter animal RNA, or plant RNA, or bacterial RNA, all could use with this one kit."
- Xiaolu J. (Florida Atlantic University)